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Mohammad Karami

Location of Photo:

Caspian Sea

Date/Time of photo:

8/26/2012 7:31 PM


fuji HS20 finpix exr with tele720 lens


A mirage of an astronomical object is a naturally occurring optical phenomenon, in which light rays are bent to produce distorted or multiple images of an astronomical object. The mirages might be observed for such astronomical objects as the Sun, the Moon, the planets, bright stars and very bright comets. The most commonly observed are sunset and sunrise mirages.


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